Did You Test High for Phthalates or BPA? It's Not Your Fault!

Did you test high on a BPA, phthalates, parabens, or oxybenzone? You’re not alone. 99% of Million Marker users test high for at least one endocrine disruptor. Here’s why you should be empowered, not sad, with your Million Marker Detect & Detox Test Kit Report.

So, you took Million Marker’s Detect & Detox Test?

Congratulations on being proactive with your wellness. Learn that your levels of some chemicals might be a bit high? You and 99% of our other users! Embrace a healthier you by putting the information you learned from your personalized Detect & Detox Report to good use. Regain control of your wellness by using this data to encourage healthier decisions! 

Knowledge Is Power

Learning the truth about your current health state can be worrying. But it can also empower you to live a healthier and happier life.
Whether you’ve been tested with us or are considering it, there’s no reason to be nervous. High levels of BPA, phthalates, parabens, and other hormone-disrupting chemicals are common.

Uncover which of your everyday products are increasing your toxic exposures. Detoxify your food, cleaning, and beauty items by using your own data. 

Say Goodbye to Toxic Exposures 

Did you have high exposures to a few chemicals on your Detect & Detox Report? Perhaps you're nervous about what the report will uncover? 

No need to worry. Even healthy and active people need a little help detoxing their routines.

Dr. Natalia Grindler and Non-Toxic Munchkin are just two of the many people who live healthy lifestyles and STILL had high levels of hormone-disrupting chemicals, including BPA and phthalates, when they took our test. 

Scoring high for toxic chemicals isn't your fault. These ingredients are everywhere. Literally! But knowing your levels is the only way to pinpoint exposures and reduce them.

Preserved for Freshness, Not for Health

Do you often check expiration dates before making a purchase? Flip the package over to see which preservatives are present in the product. Many of these are chemicals. 

Look out for these common food and cosmetic preservatives:

Up to 90% of products contain parabens [5]. The two most commonly identified parabens in urine are methylparaben and butylparaben [6]. 

Identify which parabens you are high in and the products causing those exposures with your Detect & Detox Report. Cleanse them from your daily routine by implementing Million Marker Approved Products instead.

Get A Little Dirty

Keeping a clean house and body is essential, but can we be too clean? It's okay to get a little messy, as long as your hormones stay clean.

Many products labeled as “antibacterial” are destroying germs, viruses, and bacteria. But, they're also harming our immune system, and fertility. 

Strike a balance between clean and dirty by eliminating these antimicrobial agents:

Scrub away hormone-disrupting chemicals. Clean up the environment, your health, and beauty care with Million Marker Approved Products

Convenience Isn't Always Convenient

Living in a fast-paced world can put our wellness into a tailspin. Slow down the pace and live a healthier life by living a little more...inconveniently. 

Cut back on your exposure to toxic chemicals by getting rid of:

Planning ahead is crucial for limiting these toxic exposures. Love those leftovers without all the toxic exposure. 

Store leftovers in stainless steel, glass, or platinum-grade silicone containers. Rehydrate or get your coffee fix in BPA-free reusable bottles

Smell Fresh, Not Toxic

Pleasant smells can really uplift the room. That is unless these scents are triggering hormonal imbalances. 

Many cleaning and body products contain artificial ingredients that simulate a spa experience. In reality, they're stimulating health problems. 

Freshen up your living quarters by removing the following ingredients from your home:

Embrace a natural you. Limit your use of perfumes, scented candles, or room sprays. Open the window, get an air purifier, and use Million Marker Approved Products to evoke naturally clean scents. 

Embody A Healthier You

Embrace what you learned from your Detect & Detox Report. This isn't a pass-or-fail situation. It's a learning experience meant to empower you to live a healthier life. 

Our lives are dynamic, and so are our toxic exposures. Stay vigilant by being proactive. Learn which products are causing imbalances today to prevent more significant issues tomorrow. 

Limiting your toxic exposures can have a positive impact on your future. Amazingly, your body can detoxify itself from harmful chemicals. Studies suggest that our bodies could start eliminating these chemicals within three days.

One study analyzed phthalate levels of 100 teenage girls. Experts compared concentrations within the urine of girls who wear makeup daily against those who rarely use it. Then, the makeup group stopped using cosmetics and was tested again.

Encouragingly, results found that removing these harmful chemicals from your routine can reduce exposures of [14]:

  • Mono-ethyl phthalate (MEP) by up to 27.4%

  • Methylparaben by up to 43.9%

  • Propylparaben by up to 45.4%

  • Triclosan by up to 35.7%

We get it, the path to a healthier you is an ongoing process. But Million Marker is here to encourage you every step of the way.

Reclaim your health while meeting your wellness and fertility goals. Empower yourself by getting tested or retested with Million Marker's Detect & Detox Test Kit. Then, limit your exposures by learning which food, cleaning, and beauty products are causing these exposures.

Manifest a healthier future by learning what's inside with Million Marker


[1] https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-pregnancy-parabens/mothers-beauty-products-might-impact-girls-weight-gain-idUSKBN2052RX

[2] https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12518336/

[3] https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12518336/

[4] https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0300483X04006079?

[5] https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/should-people-be-concerned-about-parabens-in-beauty-products/

[6] https://www.cdc.gov/biomonitoring/Parabens_FactSheet.html

[7] https://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/doi/10.1289/ehp1788

[8] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5381974/

[9] https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/substances/formaldehyde/formaldehyde-fact-sheet

[10] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4602822

[11] https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28407500/

[12] https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28917208/

[14] https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29317738/